Inter President Massimo Moratti left Andrea Stramaccioni and Walter Mazzarri hanging. “Nobody knows what I’ve got in mind.”
The patron spoke briefly to Sky Sport Italia this evening after reports he was going to sack Stramaccioni tonight to bring in Mazzarri from Napoli.
“I talked to Stramaccioni and he was worried. He wanted to leave Coverciano,” explained Moratti.
“I told him he should stay there and relax. Nobody at Inter knows what I’ve got in mind.”
Strama is at the Coverciano camp to sit his official coaching exam now that the Inter season has concluded.
Moratti’s statement doesn’t clarify what the situation is, as he does not reassure Stramaccioni his job is safe, nor mention Mazzarri.
It is believed Tuesday will be a crucial day for the Nerazzurri.
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